The US has postponed the introduction of duties on some goods from China until December 15
The United States has postponed the imposition of 10% duties on some Chinese goods until December 15, the US Trade Representative said.
“The products of this group include, for example, cell phones, laptop computers, video game consoles, some toys, computer monitors, and some items of shoes and clothes,” they said.
Earlier, China temporarily stopped purchasing agricultural products from the United States, in addition, Beijing did not exclude an increase in duties on these products.
This step was taken in response to Washington’s decision to impose duties of 10% on goods from China.
On August 13, Beijing and Washington agreed to hold talks on trade for two weeks.
The head of the School of Oriental Studies at the Higher School of Economics, Alexei Maslov, in an interview with the NSN, assessed the possible consequences of an intensified trade war between the US and China.